Today more than 40 percent of web access is done via mobile devices, and this is a growing trend. It shouldn’t come as a surprise. Just think about how often you yourself access the web on your mobile device — and you’re hardly alone. There were 2.6 billion smartphone subscriptions worldwide in 2015, and by now you can add a couple of hundred million to that number.
With internet access everywhere and a smartphone in every hand, being able to work on the go has not just become a possibility, it has become a requirement.
Atomia is a big product; a whole suite of hosting and billing software that works together as a complete solution for selling hosting services. Sometimes our software platform can feel a bit like a friendly Frankenstein’s monster. He was also modular, and more than just the sum of his pieces. 😉
A checklist of our various features based on category can now be found at atomia.com/features.
Web hosting companies often work on an international scale. When doing research on hosting markets that you don’t already know inside and out, you need data sources, and we have collected a bunch of them in this post. We hope you’ll find them useful.
Single pane of glass is an expression that has been used in the IT industry to describe a system that basically gathers lots of different functions and information in one experience. In today’s world we already have to interact with an abundance of different systems, so as end users we tend to value having as few systems as possible to learn and work with.